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Certified Arborist in Flower Mound, TX.

We are a locally owned and family operated arbor care company that has been providing tree care for our city for more than 25 years.  Our ISA certified arborists adhere to the strict standards established by the International Society of Arboriculture.  We have extensive experience addressing all of your tree care issues ranging from premature defoliation, sick trees, insect problems or treatments, and care regimens to maintain healthy trees.  Our tree doctors and tree experts will provide the care you need and desire!

 

Dallas-Fort Worth Tree Care

 Trees greatly increase your property value, as well as enhancing your residence.  Costly services such as tree removal and combating destructive diseases and insect problems often can be avoided by taking proactive measures to protect your tree’s health and vitality.  The following services aid in maintaining the health of your valuable trees:

 

  • TREE HEALTH ASSESSMENT 

    Just as you visit your physician, our tree health assessment determines the health status of your tree and what is required to keep it robust and strong.

  • DEEP ROOT FERTILIZATION 

    Specific nutrients needed by the tree are injected directly into the root system by our experienced tree care expert. 

  • ROOT PRUNING 

    Root pruning rectifies girdled tree roots that constrict the tree’s trunk and cause stunted tree growth. Click here for more info!

  • TREE GROWTH REGULATORS 

    Tree growth regulators increase root density, strengthen the tree and ensure the tree’s health is resilient.

  • SICK TREES 
    If you observe or suspect your tree is unhealthy then have treatment administered promptly. Click here for more info.
  • TREE PESTS AND DISEASE
     Contact a tree expert promptly if you observe or suspect your tree is being invaded by insect pests or its health is waning.

Deep Root Fertilization

Above-ground fertilization methods do not adequately provide the specific nutrients a tree requires. Our tree care expert injects the nutrients the tree needs directly into its root system, resulting in a strong root structure and a healthy, robust tree that is more resistant to diseases. This treatment aerates the soil and eliminates soil compaction that can inhibit adequate root growth.

Tree Disease Treatment

A stressed tree is more susceptible to many commonly seen diseases and stress can be caused by numerous uncontrollable occurrences, such as tumultuous weather or construction projects within close vicinity. Healthy, robust trees have natural immune defenses but stressed and weakened trees are subject to many diseases such as the following:

  • Powdery Mildew
    Do your trees and plants look like flour has been poured all over them? this caused by the quick-spreading fungus powdery mildew that can swiftly overtake your entire outdoor grounds.
  • Bacterial Slime Flux
    Tree wounds become infected by this bacterial pathogen that causes unsightly streaking on tree bark and a rancid-smelling liquid to leak from the wounds.
  • Fireblight
    Pome fruit trees develop black curled shoot ends and leaves when infected by this fungal malady.
  • Sudden Oak Death
    Oak tree die swiftly when infected by this water mold pathogen that rain and wind spread rapidly.
  • Leaf Spot
    Visually alarming black spots quickly recover foliage when infected by the numerous bacterial and fungal pathogens that cause this damage.
  • Seiridium Canker
    Mature Leyland cypress trees and other popular fi varieties are the targets of this deadly fungal disease that turns branches brown amongst green branches. Left untreated, the tree dies.
  • Bacterial Leaf Scorch
    As the name suggests, leaves look burned and often have dried brown edges when infected with this bacterial ailment.
  • Hypoxylon Canker
    This fungal nemesis destroys oak trees quickly from the inside out. If it is no treated in the early stages of infection the disease tree can become a danger to life and property.
  • Anthracnose
    Brown spots on leaves are indicative of this deadly fungal assailant that will ultimately kill them if left untreated. 

Oak Wilt Treatment

Majestic Shumard red oak trees are extremely vulnerable to this lethal fungal nemesis, as are many oak varieties.  Having killed millions of oak trees just within Texas, this deadly disease must be treated at the first indication that your oak appears to be a sick tree.  Our tree doctor is highly experienced in administering necessary treatment to battle this oak tree destroyer.

Pest Control

Numerous unwanted insect problems quickly destroy trees, can reproduce rapidly and infiltrate your entire residential outdoor environment.  Our arborist that treats sick trees is highly familiar with and experienced in administering the necessary insecticide applications to halt the spread of insects prevalent within the North Texas area.  These are but a few:    

  • WOOD BORERS

    Entering the tree through bark along the tree’s baseline these destructive larvae eat winding tunnels in the inner wood.

  • LACE BUGS
  • These 1/4″ long beetles with filmy wings spread quickly, appear in spring and numerous popular tree varieties with visually displeasing damage.

  • WEBWORMS
    Deceptive caterpillars spin white webbing throughout tree branches and hide within to eat the tree’s foliage.
  • SPIDER MITES
    These tiny pests reproduce many generations annually, leave a bite mark on the leaves upper side and fine webbing on the foliage.
  • SCALE INSECTS

    These, non-moving insects are the size of a pea and extract fluids from foliage causing wilted leaves, and foliage loss.

  • APHIDS
    Tiny bumps that cover leaves and plant stems are these quick-spreading annoyances that drink nutritional fluids from plant leaves.

ISA Certified Arborist

Our sick tree specialists and our family of tree care experts are dedicated to protecting the health of your trees and are experienced in administering any treatment they require.  Contact us today at (817) 697-2884 and meet with one of our ISA certified arborists!